Simon Cherriman, an authoritative conservation expert and film maker, delivers insights into the impact of the Anthropocene on Australia.
As a leading practitioner in preserving ornithology, flora, fauna and the ecology of the outback, he is exceptionally well qualified. With a first class honours degree in environmental science and a masters in film making, Simon has produced a range of media illustrating his important work.
He is passionate about educating and providing greater awareness in saving and protecting Australia's natural history.
Simon Busy In His Conservation Workshop, Darling Hills, WA
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In this video, Simon gives his views, thinking and work on saving the Outback's natural heritage.
In Australia's harsh climate and unique physicical geography, his message is central to the care and positive welfare of the country.
This production is one of series by Eddy Jackson to show the impact of the Anthropocene.